Anglesea Bike Park Project Bulletin

Published on 01 May 2018

close up of bike tyre on dirt track

Surf Coast Shire Council is committed to working with the community and Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) on future options for the Anglesea Bike Park.

Council has engaged locally-based specialist trails consultant Gerard McHugh from World Trail to assist in the investigation of available options and outline likely associated costs. Importantly, this work also involves looking at the opportunity for a bike park to double as the trail head for a local trail network, with connections to the additional local and regional trails.

The project will be undertaken in five key stages and delivered by August 2018.

Stage one

Project Establishment
March 2018
Project commencement, agreed project plan, timeframes and communications plan. 

Stage two

Anglesea Bike Park Location Options Assessment
April 2018
Analysis of identified sites. 

Stage three

Anglesea Bike Park Location Options Report
May 2018
Assessment report with cost opinion and Governance Review.

Stage four

Trail Network Concept Plan
June to July 2018
Field work and development of trails network conceptual models for consultation.

Stage five

Trail Network Concept Plan
August 2018
Refinement and presentation of finalised trails network concept plan.

Who will be involved

Council and World Trail will engage with community stakeholders, including those involved in the Mountain Bike Visioning Workshop held in April 2017.

Project consultants

Council is working with leading trails consultant World Trail. World Trail is one of the world’s most respected and high profile builders of recreational trails and includes a talented team of professionals with experience in a range of trail related issues.

Project partners

  • Anglesea Bike Park Committee
  • Surf Coast Trails Group

More info

If you would like more information about this project, or to find out how you can be involved, please contact our Recreation Development Officer on 5261 0600 or